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Old 04-22-2010, 04:22 PM   #1
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radiant floor heat

I'm remodeling and plan on installing radiant heat in the upstair floor instead of the old slant fin type above the floor. I am ready to tile the bathroom floor and wondering if I should install a radiant floor mat under the tile as well. The floor joists are 2x10 on 16in centers with 3/4 ply, 3/8 underlayment and hardi board.
The kitchen is below the bathroom and am planning on replacing the sheetrock along with new recessed lighting. Any thoughts... Thanks, millertime

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